CSAS have decided that in future all work needed on venues will be left to the Fishery Managers to decide how it will be carried out. They will invite people along whenever they deem it necessary.
Those attending are advised that they should wear old clothes and, if possible, bring a stout pair of gloves with them. If you have waders or wellington boots please bring them. Most tools are provided but a spade, hand saw and a hammer are often useful. In the event of threatened severe weather conditions please check with the fisheries officer the previous evening.
The Society will provide the training and supervision necessary to safely carry out any work tasks. However, if a member is unsure how to perform a certain task or feels that it would be unsafe to perform a specific task, then it is the member’s duty to report this to the working party’s supervisor.
Personal protective equipment will be provided by the Society when necessary.